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U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann isn't downplaying Wednesday's match against Brazil as a mere friendly. Exhibition or not, a game against the traditional standard-bearer of the soccer world is going to matter, and he knows it as well as anyone.
It was a rambunctious scene that engulfed Craven Cottage time and time again. The ball nestled in the back of the net. U.S. and Texas flags waved at Fulham's 116-year-old stadium on the banks of the River Thames. And an American pointed to the heavens in celebration.
For Maurice Edu and Clarence Goodson of the U.S. national team, Monday's training session at Ludwig Field was a throwback, a return to the University of Maryland stomping grounds they once roamed before representing their country at the pinnacle of their sport.
When soccer riots broke out in Egypt in February, Bob Bradley did not hesitate to speak out despite having only just arrived as the new coach of the national team.
The U.S. is sticking with what works when it comes to qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
For all the talk about the strides soccer has made in the United States, results of late have been stark and disappointing.
The United States stunned Italy 1-0 on Wednesday as Clint Dempsey's second-half goal gave the Americans their first ever victory over the Azzurri in 11 meetings.
Jurgen Klinsmann still has bad memories of playing Italy.
Clint Dempsey jumped high in the air, both arms raised, as a fan in the stands at Fulham unfurled a Lone Star flag.